Classic Exteriors, Inc

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· Wrightsville

You would think designing a home, working with a builder, making changes throughout the process would be a stressful event. EG Stoltzfus made it fun. It was a great all around experience. Everyone involved was friendly and helpful. You can see the quality everywhere you look. My wife is thrilled wit... more

Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.

Mike Goldberg of RestoreCore PRO answered:

Jul 21, 2016
Good information above,  Most fourescant bulbs can not be dimmed without special ballast and dimmer.  The dimmer should be rated for the total watts of the bulbs used.  If using LED bulbs make sure th ... read more
Can anyone share insights on how to block off a chimney opening? We have wasp coming through the chimney opening of our den into the house.
Jul 9, 2014
Hey John,  A few questions first. Is the chimney functional?  Is the flu venting anything in the home (i.e. furnace)?  Does the chimney go through the roof, or next to the roof on the eave or rake? I ... read more

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